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Old 12-23-2019, 01:38 PM   #1
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Xmas Trip Help Please Anaza Borego or?

Folks

hope you all had a great year



Ellie (my daughter) and i spent alot of time day camping at the beach, Joshual tree a few times, Anza Borego and Alabama Hills



Will up load a couple shots from my phone



QUESTION:

We cant get away until Friday 27 Dec

Due to Custody issues, only have 4 days to camp.... (longer story)



SO,

we are Bushwackers as some of you know

(oh yeah and i am Wacky also LOL)



Bow Willow may be full or not passable

That is our go to spot



ANY suggestions would be Muchly Appreciated

2WD 19foot Class C



on my list:

Cibbets Flat

Culp Valley

Yaqui Pass

Blair Valley

Mt Palm Springs



i can look em up, but i trust the First Hand info here



all the best



Rob AKA Bill Wilson

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Old 12-27-2019, 09:11 AM   #2
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we are leaving tomarrow at dawn
any tips for Anza folks?
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Old 12-27-2019, 11:37 AM   #3
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I know nothing of Anza that you can get to! But there’s got to be something decent out there!
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Old 12-27-2019, 12:35 PM   #4
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Only place I have been on your list is Blair Valley. Some cool, shorter hikes out there to do to some pictographs and an old abandoned cabin but it is probably going to be pretty wet and cold. As far as the trails go it is very mild. Definitely don't need 4wd, at least when it is dry.

It was pretty crowded when we were out there so we didn't get a great spot and ended up north of the campground on the other side of the mountains.

Unfortunately all of my other anza experience would not be accessible with a vehicle of your size.

Edit: Last thing to add would be this spot is easily explored in one day. Our trip was a quick one nighter and we did both hikes and drove around the whole valley in one day.
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Old 12-27-2019, 12:41 PM   #5
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Folks

hope you all had a great year



Ellie (my daughter) and i spent alot of time day camping at the beach, Joshual tree a few times, Anza Borego and Alabama Hills



Will up load a couple shots from my phone



QUESTION:

We cant get away until Friday 27 Dec

Due to Custody issues, only have 4 days to camp.... (longer story)



SO,

we are Bushwackers as some of you know

(oh yeah and i am Wacky also LOL)



Bow Willow may be full or not passable

That is our go to spot



ANY suggestions would be Muchly Appreciated

2WD 19foot Class C



on my list:

Cibbets Flat

Culp Valley

Yaqui Pass

Blair Valley

Mt Palm Springs



i can look em up, but i trust the First Hand info here



all the best



Rob AKA Bill Wilson

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Blair Valley is cool. There are petroglyphs out the road,easy to get to I live close by in Shelter Valley. Bring your jammies though it was 30 degrees last night
Happy camping and New Year to Ya
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Old 01-02-2020, 09:22 PM   #6
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I've been to Anza Borego in the State RV Park with full hookups.


It gets very windy there at times. My fiberglass flag pole snapped in half. Other than that, it's a nice place and if the weather is clear, great views of the heavens.


Happy camping.
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